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HISTORICAL NOTES: The Quarrels of Brothers

As Secretary of War from the pre-Pearl Harbor Lend-Lease campaign until after V-J day, Elder Statesman Henry L. Stimson never wavered in two firm convictions...

Army & Navy - COMMAND: Mr. Stimson Directs

ARMY & NAVY Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War, last week telegraphed the following order to Colonel Hugh J. Knerr, a retired Army airman: "Articles written by...

U.S. At War: Truth & Consequences

One U.S. public servant who has always accepted the facts of war as facts of life is Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson. In pre-Pearl Harbor days he drove...

WAR CRIMES: Conscience of the Community

One of the greatest living U.S. lawyers, Henry L. Stimson, this week published in the January issue of Foreign Affairs a defense of the Nurnberg verdicts.* It...

National Defense: All the Dead Generals

All the dead generals were not sleeping under statues last week. Suddenly, shockingly apparent was the fact that responsible officers of the U. S. Army had...

National Affairs: Adroit Address

The outstanding feature of the opening address of Governor-General Henry L. Stimson to the Philippine Legislature, published last week by the U. S. War...

HEROES: A Job for Lindbergh

Charles Augustus Lindbergh called on War Secretary Henry L. Stimson, offered to serve his country as a soldier, preferably in the Air Corps. Mr. Stimson gave...

Foreign News: Plus v. Minus at London

Two outstanding leaders the London Conference had last week: one positive, the other negative. Negative Stimson. An engineer knows that the negative pole of a...

HEROES: The Legacy

One cool afternoon last week, a hundred dignitaries crowded into the shingled house on the Long Island estate where Henry L. Stimson had lived for 47 years...

No Converts?

Under the Geneva Convention of 1929, the 281,344 captured German soldiers in the U.S. may give the Nazi salute, paste up small pictures of Adolf Hitler, drape...

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